The current ASB members realized that more could be done with their positions and that something needed to change. Through much research, evaluation and prayer, a new model for ASB leadership was presented to the student body on Jan. 14 in chapel.
A student illustrates a response to events regarding Islamic terrorism.
There is root beer in the cafeteria! Students got together to sign a petition to bring Root beer to Aramark, proving that students do have the power to make a difference. Photo Credit: Brendan Dettwyler
On January 15, Dr. Matthew Dickerson came to Corban to lecture on the topic, "Can Computers Reason (and Enjoy Sex)?" Sophia Kuenzi writes about the claims Dr. Dickerson made about human intelligence and reason, and causes us to think deeper about this issue.
On Sunday, Salem Alliance Church was visited by Westboro Baptist picketers. Here's how Salem Alliance handled the situation.
Corban's partnership with Mars Hill will end on Dec. 31. Dr. Greg Trull and Dr. Matt Lucas discuss the situation and how the pieces will be picked up.
Simon Howard gives a recap of the "Light it or Fight it" debate that took place on Thursday while reviewing the pros and cons of Measure 91.
On Tuesday, a vehicle was broken into and the stereo was stolen in a parking lot. Here's information on the suspect, what took place, and other recent suspicious activities.
Students interested in event planning will have a chance to get experience in the field- thanks to the new Student Event Team! Here's a summary of what the Student Event Team is all about and how to get involved.
Nathan Messmer offers a review on the restaurant famous for their $1 tacos in Salem.
Corban's men's soccer team is looking to widen their team with the addition of 8 to 10 new players next season.